By Richard M. . Fox
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Fox, 1940, p. 177. The type in the British Museum (Natural History) is a female from "San Martin, Colombia" numbered 6903. Two males and six females from American collections have been studied. Olyras insign's translucens Hewitson Plate 3, figure 6 Olyras translucens HEWITSON, 1872, p. 83; Ecuador. KIRBY, 1877, p. 693. STAUDINGER, 1885 (1884-1888), p. 56. HAENSCH, 1903, p. 158, pl. 3, fig. 1; 1909, p. 117. RILEY AND GABRIEL, 1925, p. 48. BRYK, 1937b, p. 253. Fox, 1940, p. 177. The type is a male from "Ecuador" numbered 6901 in the British Museum (Natural History).
From insignis subspecies crathis is immediately separable by the extensive red-brown color and the lack of sulphur transparent fascia on the hind wing, as well as by the valves of the male genitalia. The large hook formed on the tip of the valve by the juncture of the dorsal margin with the fold of the sacculus is characteristic of crathis and serves to emphasize the unity of the species as distinguished from the other two species of Olyras. The costa of the valve (dorsal margin) runs fairly straight from the articulating margin out to the hook, leaving no particular apical point anteriorward, and not being much curved.
The forelegs of the male (fig. 40) have a stout coxa which is slightly shorter than the femur plus trochanter. The tibia is slender, one-twelfth longer than the coxa. The tarsus is unusually long and slim, consisting of a single joint which is about two-thirds of the length of the tibia. The fore tarsus of the female (fig. 41) has five joints, with a pair of spurs on each of the first three. The second, third, and fourth are discoid; the fifth joint is reduced and subovate. The first joint is slender, somewhat enlarged at the distal end, and twice as long as the other four joints combined.